[time-nuts] Can anybody use a Fluke 207-1 VLF Rcvr/Comp or Trak Time Code units? Plus, Free Stuff Aug. 1/2
jpayne61818 at gmail.com
Sat Jul 5 16:31:19 EDT 2014
I'm looking for a Datum 9300 time code generator and / or manual...
On Sat, Jul 5, 2014 at 2:44 PM, walter shawlee 2 <walter2 at sphere.bc.ca>
> I am trying to make some space in a very over-crowded storage area here.
> I have a very nice Fluke VLF receiver comparator, s/n 130 c/w chart
> recorder, but never got a chance to try it out, because we have no antenna.
> if it's worth $50 to somebody, plus shipping, it can be yours. l also
> have a huge range of Trak (and others) time code generators, receivers,
> code converters, etc. email if any interest, set up your own cape canaveral
> launch control room! Not sure why I ever bought them, but they can
> certainly be yours.
> Also Sphere is having its annual Free Stuff event this coming friday and
> saturday (Aug 1+2),
> tons of free parts, test gear, Rf/microwave, electronic scrap, etc. Email
> for more details, or check the Tek and HP user groups on Yahoo. We have
> been doing this for over 10 years, people seem very pleased with what they
> get. yes, we are in Canada, but lots of people come up from washington and
> oregon, it's a great weekend excursion! We do take requests if we happen to
> have what you need.
> all the best,
> Walter Shawlee 2, President
> Sphere Research Corporation
> 3394 Sunnyside Rd., West Kelowna, BC
> V1Z 2V4 CANADA Phone: (250) 769-1834
> walter2 at sphere.bc.ca
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